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COP26 Arctic events

Here are some other COP26 Arctic-related events to check out.

25 October 2021

COP26 EVENT | 50% Reductions by 2030 for 1.5°C: No Negotiating with the World’s Ice

COP26 EVENT | 50% Reductions by 2030 for 1.5°C: No Negotiating with the World’s Ice

Date and time: 3 November 2021 from 9:30-10:30 GMT.

25 October 2021

The numbers do not add up for new Arctic oil and gas

The numbers do not add up for new Arctic oil and gas

This past week, we have heard multiple voices about the ever-increasing bad business of investing in fossil fuels.  If we are to limit the global temperature rise and halt the already devas...

15 October 2021

WWF's Arctic Programme is looking for a Senior Specialist, Sustainable Development

WWF's Arctic Programme is looking for a Senior Specialist, Sustainable Development

WWF's Arctic Programme is looking for a Senior Specialist, Sustainable Development. The deadline to apply is November 11, 2021.

13 October 2021

The Barents Euro-Arctic Cooperation's Webinar on Sustainable Shipping in the Arctic

The Barents Euro-Arctic Cooperation's Webinar on Sustainable Shipping in the Arctic

The Arctic Programme's Jan Dusik, Sustainable Development Lead, will take part in the panel Three Perspectives on Green Shipping.

13 October 2021

Scale of countries’ climate commitments before COP would mean the end of Arctic as we know it

Scale of countries’ climate commitments before COP would mean the end of Arctic as we know it

On Friday, 17 September 2021, UN Climate Change published a synthesis of national climate action plans, or Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), submitted by each country under the Par...

21 September 2021

Noise pollution from Arctic shipping more than doubled in six years putting whales and other marine life at risk

Noise pollution from Arctic shipping more than doubled in six years putting whales and other marine life at risk

A new report shows that the amount of underwater noise in parts of the Arctic Ocean has doubled in just six years because of increased shipping traffic. The report was released by the Arctic...

26 May 2021

Arctic Council unites on climate change threat, fails to commit to a net zero vision of the Arctic

Arctic Council unites on climate change threat, fails to commit to a net zero vision of the Arctic

Despite simmering geopolitical tensions, all Arctic states and Indigenous Peoples’ representatives acknowledged today the enormous threat of climate change to the region’s nature and peo...

20 May 2021

WWF'S statement for the 2021 Reykjavik Arctic Council 12th Ministerial meeting

WWF'S statement for the 2021 Reykjavik Arctic Council 12th Ministerial meeting

The May 2019 Rovaniemi Ministerial meeting could not agree on a joint ministerial declaration, which was observed as an important rupture in over two decades of Arctic Council cooperation. T...

20 May 2021

WWF Recommendations for Inclusion in the Arctic Council 2021 Ministerial Declaration

WWF Recommendations for Inclusion in the Arctic Council 2021 Ministerial Declaration

As the longest serving circumpolar environmental NGO with observer status at the Arctic Council, WWF strongly encourages Arctic states to take ambitious new steps to address the global clim...

17 May 2021

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